Master at Arms This is absurd. And spit like a man! Her outlook on life changes wildly throughout the movie -- she goes from wanting to kill herself to wanting to run away with her lover and start a new life together in a very short space of time -- but as her reasons for this are pretty well-established. Remember the Titanic movie … [referring to Cal]  : Where to, Miss? She just felt like another possession to him. : : Like a mountain! : You jump, I jump, right? [respectfully, playfully, jokingly]  Jack "God," Cal said, coming back in from their private deck, "not those finger painting again. I'll take some more of that. They've got you trapped, Rose. Col. Archibald Gracie She just walked on, the porter struggling to catch up with her again while still keeping hold of her luggage. [to Rose as he kisses her hand at the bottom of the grand starway]  : When Rose finally throws off these stereotypes she’s much happier for it, and it’s all portrayed as a very positive development -- even the gross stuff like gobbing over the side of the ship is played as a fun, silly little moment. In her teen years, Rose is being forced into a marriage with Caledon Hockley, despite her dislike for him, in order to maintain the family's luxurious life and high social status. Rose didn't give him the honor of seeing her anger. Do you love the guy or not? I mean it! : Jack Tell us of the accommodations in steerage, Mr. Dawson. Well, you woulda done it already. "You can be blasé about some things, Rose, but not about Titanic! I am. Rose Promise me now, Rose, and never let go of that promise. Gimme your hand. The porter stared at the enormous tip he had been given before crying out, "Oh, yes, sir! : "Look up at the ship, darling," Rose heard Daniel call out to his wife. We're passengers! Her emerald green eyes studied the ship with cool appraisal. He turned to help her mother, Ruth, out of the Renault. Rose DeWitt Bukater, later known as Rose Dawson Calvert (1895 - 1996) is the heroine in Titanic and was the love interest of Jack Dawson, until his death. : added by Lovetreehill. I know what you must be thinking. I'm the king of the world! It's been one year since the tragic events of Titanic. He is exhausted and breathing heavily. : She’s given goals, beliefs and hobbies outside of making out with Jack, her status as a love interest doesn’t stop her from growing as a character or influencing the plot, and her story doesn’t stop when her relationship is over. Goodbye, I'll miss you! : Jack However, this all takes on a slightly different light when you consider exactly what Jack meant to her. [confused]  Titanic's theatrical poster. Rose You're amazed! What could he possibly require? Jack Rose Well, it's a simple question. It's all right. Just the other night I was sleeping under a bridge and now here I am on the grandest ship in the world having champagne with you fine people. He is exhausted and breathing heavily. I have nothing. [lowers the divider, whispers into his left ear]  [nods at the clothes Jack has on. Jack Jack | Spre deosebire de Jack din film, îmbarcat cu bilet de clasa a III-a, John Borland "Jack" Thayer III făcea parte din familia Thayer, o familie aristocrată, în care tatăl său, John Borland Thayer II era director şi vicepreşedinte al companiei feroviare din Pennsylvania.Și mama sa era de viță nobilă, Marian Morris Thayer fiind o femeie importantă din … Jack What I was thinking was, what could've happened to this girl to make her think she had no way out? If I can do anything at all–" "Oh yes," said Lovejoy, leading the poor porter around the car to show him all of their luggage. I'm thankful. : You can't breathe. She prefers Monet and Picasso to more conventional painters -- a preference that her fiancé and family frequently dismiss. As she entered to the Grand Staircase she was greeted by everyone who perished aboard the Titanic and reunited with her first, and possibly only true love, Jack Dawson. : I'm Jack Dawson. The fall alone would kill you. I'm involved now. Of course not! Rose! You just seem like, you know, kind of an indoor girl. Ah, she had a good sense of humour though. : Somebody's life is about to change. Here you go, Cal. SO vast and endless. She looks down at the water. Rose was, at first, unimpressed with the ship, saying -- \"It doesn't look any bigger than the Mauretania.\" This statement suggests that Rose has been aboard other large ships of the 1912 era. She sees that his life is free of the restrictions and pressures she so despises, and after some dithering on her part, she realizes that by leaving the ship with him, she can leave all of that behind. Rose and I differ somewhat in our opinion of fine art... Cal Hockley She was, after all, going to be his trophy wife. Goodbye! His parents died when he was 15 in a fire, which resulted in him having to begin living on his own and later travel the world. She knew what he was like when he was angry, after all…. : [Raising her glass for a toast]  When asked if she knows the whereabouts of the necklace, Rose recalls her memories aboard the Titanic, revealing that she is Rose DeWitt Bukater, a passenger believed to have died in the sinking. You're ama- I'm not an idiot, I know how the world works. Jack "Mother," Rose said in a quiet voice once the woman was out of earshot. "Steerage swine." [amused, referring to Cal]  I don't know about you, but I intend to write a strongly worded letter to the White Star Line about all of this. "That," her mother said distastefully, " was Mrs. Margaret Brown, though she usually insists on being called Molly." Ruth Oh God! I don't know you and you don't know me and we are not having this conversation at all. It has squash courts, a Parisian café... and even Turkish baths." Rose DeWitt Bukater is the heroine in Titanic and the love interest of Jack Dawson. 13. What do you think you're doing? : I'm sorry, Fabrizio. Jack Hello Jack. Jack : You're crazy. We're passengers! Rose and her maid Trudy Bolt. Rose Jack You're gonna die an old... an old lady warm in her bed, not here, not this night. He was kind enough to show me some of us work today. Rose Caledon Hockley (ex-fiancé) Jack Dawson (lover) † That's White Star Line property. Jack Not really. And even insulted me. Jack That's typical. Trudy asked her. Jack : Rose’s mother is a very cold woman, concerned mainly with the state of her family’s finances. : "This one?" It turns out that Mr. Dawson is quite a fine artist. Rose All right, the moment of truth. : : Trudy asked her, holding up one of the Cubism paintings. Rose and Trudy turned around. I hear they're quite good on the ship. Cal Hockley Jack Fabrizio "Oh yes, that's because she's one of the 'new money' people in society," Ruth explained. Rose Rose gently takes Jack's hand and kisses one of his fingers three times. Jack It would hurt. That's so we know where we rank in the scheme of things. Rose and Jack, only moments before Jack dies. It's bad luck.". Rose : I remember when I was a kid, me and my father, we went ice fishing out on Lake Wissota. [stepping into the water for the first time, surprised by the cold feeling, after Rose rescues him]  We don’t see a lot of Rose’s skills, but for the most part, her character is largely consistent. It’s true she can be a little catty, but more often than not this is used to portray either her unhappiness or just who ‘feisty’ she can be. | The moment they docked in New York, Cal and her mother would have her on the first train back to Philadelphia for the Engagement Gala, and then they would be married within the next week. [starts shaking Jack's hand]. Jack She’s shown to remember a few female characters fondly -- such as the unconventional Margaret Brown -- but we don’t actually see them interact much. : Jack: It’s gonna take a couple of minutes to get the boats organized. He is an Italian native. Rose used a nearby whistle to call to the lifeboat nearby to rescue her. : He is portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio. : : Your ship is a wonder, Mr. Andrews, truly. Fabrizio Rose was brought out of her daze when Cal forcefully grabbed her arm, and dragged her toward the gangplank. I got air in my lungs, a few blank sheets of paper. You'll have to pay for that, you know? Green Like this. Ismay Now close your eyes, go on. A man who looked to be in his early thirties climbed out behind her. Rose [He smiles, leans toward Rose and kisses her. Just start from the outside and work your way in. : J.J., Madeline, this is Jack Dawson. LOOK, a shooting star! I'm sorry, you're not gonna see your mom again for a long time, 'cause we're going to America, full house boys! Rose couldn't help but wonder if Daniel Marvin was blinded by his love for his wife to realize that she did not have a single acting fiber in her body, considering the horrible Clara Bow pantomime she was currently doing with her hands raised. : Jack 1 Character History 1.1 Early Life 1.2 Life onboard Titanic 1.3 … An elderly Rose. What? Not to mention the richest, at least for the next few hours until John Jacob Astor boarded with his wife Madeline later that day at Cherbourg. He was bumped again a moment later by a man who looked as though he was their father. Jack : added by TitanicLeoKate. Jack : Ruth sneered at the small family. Rose : She replied curtly. The gleaming superstructure of the majestic Titanic stood towering before the thousands of people in the swarming crowd. Whew! : The trio were going home to Philadelphia, PA, in America, so Rose and Cal could get married. Rose, on the other hand, was in the Sitting Room. James Cameron's Titanic. Occupation "It doesn't look any bigger than the Mauritania." Jack's nude drawing of Rose. "Here," she said, giving him one of them. : Right. Cal checked his pocket watch. Lovejoy, who had been ordering the stewards where to put the different pieces of luggage, interrupted them when he saw another one of the stewards enter with a large trunk. Titanic, the movie about Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose DeWitt Bukater’s (Kate Winslet) epic love story, ended up breaking many hearts. Laughs, I did, didn't I? Well, yes, ma'am, I do. Yeah, that was pretty much shit. Jack, wait. "Her husband apparently struck gold out west somewhere. Rose I grew up there, near Chippewa Falls. Cal said. Rose He had a beautiful fiancé, and was a first-class passenger on board the grandest ship to ever be made by all mankind. The cover for "Back to Titanic." There's, uh, there's no arrangement is there? He was her fiancé, Caledon Hockley. : Jack Rose: It’s getting quiet. I believe you are blushing, Mr. Big Artiste. "Apparently missed their annual baths." While growing up, he went to Monterey and worked on a squid boat, then in the pier of Santa Monica, Los Angeles, where he drew portraits for 10 cents a piece which back then would be a night … You are so annoying. And you're gonna die if you don't break free. Article by he said with a haughty chuckle. 1895 Jack Promise me you'll survive. Titanic Rose DeWitt Bukater – Kate Winslet –A Character Study. : Jack Ruth [talking privately in the Titanic's gym room]  "Here I've pulled every string I could to book us on the grandest ship in history, in the most luxurious suites… and you act as though you're going to your execution.". Beyond its white and shiny railing, its huge four buff-colored funnels stood like great pillars against the ever-blue sky, acting as symbols to represent the greatness of the steamer. I mean, I got everything I need right here with me. "It all smells so brand new," she exclaimed, "like they built it just for us. Her mother would surely do everything in her power to keep her away from people like Molly Brown. "It is unsinkable!" She was born into a wealthy family. Jack Dawson and Rose DeWitt Bukater's love affair is the central focus of the film Titanic, written and directed by James Cameron. [points towards the cushion covered couch]  I know what ice fishing is! You'd be killed! 11. Rose Rose Just the other night, I was sleeping under a bridge and now, here I am on the grandest ship in the world having champagne with you fine people. The idea of him touching her… of him being inside her… the thought repulsed her. Jack Dawson and Rose DeWitt Bukater's love affair is the central focus of the film Titanic, written and directed by James Cameron. I can't imagine Monsieur Monet blushing. You don't want to do this. : You want to walk a little faster through that valley there? "This is the one.". They are to be married when the RMS Titanic reaches New York City. She is the source of much of the social pressure Rose ends up rebelling against. I'll never let go. You wouldn't have jumped. : [Jack starts singing softly into her ear]  Rose Do you love him? Rose Cal merely reached into his pocket, and brought out a fat wad of bills, which he gave to the porter. Rose Cal Hockley Jack It's not up to you to save me, Jack. You must do me this honor. Rose [stands onto the same railing she's on, hugs her waist]  In the first-class Millionaire Suite, Cal was being escorted around his cabin by one of the room-service stewards. Jack ... it hits you like a thousand knives stabbing you all over your body. That you won't give up, no matter what happens, no matter how hopeless. Well, you're about to fall into the snake pit... what are you planning to wear? Jack 1dfan4lyf, cm321 and 10 others like this. Mr. Dawson is joining us from the Third Class. : Jack : Why can't you just answer the question? She stood very stiffly, and her smile was very self-conscious. : Soon after, she was taken to RMS Carpathia, the ship that had come to save the victims of the Titanic. "I felt like black." We are the luckiest sons of bitches in the world, you know that? Even her suicide attempt is chalked up to this, rather than any mental-health issues that she might have to address. Eugenie d'York n'a pas porté qu'une robe de princesse pour son mariage, mais deux ! "Well, I couldn't let you wear black on a sailing day, Sweetpea. Not yet, do you understand me? : And chew tobacco like a man. Jack : Fabrizio? I work my way from place to place, you know, tramp steamers and such, but I won my ticket on Titanic here in a lucky hand of poker, a very lucky hand. Jack : said one of the White Star Line porters as he scurried over to them. [He smiles at her; their fingers intertwining. : Relembre a carreira desta inglesa obstinada que conquistou o mundo armada de muita dedicação e arte. It would take her back to America bound and chained to Caledon Hockley. Teach me to ride like a man. You let go, and I'm, I'm 'onna have to jump in there after you. : : Waiter And I'm thankful for that, Rose. Rose and Jack trying to escape the Titanic. : A broad-shouldered woman who appeared to be in about her mid-forties, dressed in a red fur coat and an enormous feathered hat, came shuffling through the door, and, to Rose's surprise, she was carrying her own luggage. she finished. : : Rose De Witt Bukater. Having being raised by a upper-class family, she was a skilled dancer, able to dance alongside Jack and other third-class inmates and was also able to stand on her toes for several seconds to the surprise of her spectators. Jack is slowly removing his boots]. : [talking privately in the Titanic's gym room], [speaking with a southern American accent], [trying to imitate the southern American accent], [Implying they're about to have sexual intercourse], [about to dance an Irish Jig with many people watching], [impressed, after looking at his sketches in his portfolio], [She and Jack have just made love in the backseat of the car. He intended to spend every moment this afternoon boasting to the other first-class men on being the wealthiest man aboard later on over cigars and a large brandy once lunch was over. Another steward came in, wheeling inside Cal's private safe. : Like we could forget. Ruth wrinkled her nose in refined disgust. : My crowd, they think they're giants. : Rose The audience is left under no illusions that expectations of female behaviour are what’s keeping her quiet, what’s forcing her into an unhappy marriage and what ultimately drives her to attempt suicide. She starts out depressed, apathetic and constantly looking for small ways to lash out at people, but as the film goes on she finds joy in life, becomes more adventurous and goes out of her way to become more independent. :